Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Doctor of Ministry Thesis-Project
Abstract: Infidelity is commonly understood as a betrayal of one’s partner’s trust, a violation of the marital agreement, and a threat to the marital bond. Christians are not immune to infidelity. The question that arises is: is there a correlation between a person’s spiritual maturity level and their tendency towards infidelity? This correlational study examined the relationship between spiritual maturity levels and the tendency towards infidelity. The research demonstrated a significant correlation between spiritual maturity level and infidelity tendency. Suggestions were then raised as to the significance and relevance of this study for Indonesian Evangelical Churches.